Alexandre Dumas’s action-packed adventure novel is definitely a classic, but the inspiration behind it isn’t very well-known.
Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya García was born 124 years ago, and today Google is celebrating the inventor's legacy with a playful Google Doodle.
Arantza Peña Popo's Google Doodle, titled "Once you get it, give it back," was announced the winner of 2019's Doodle for Google contest by Jimmy Fallon on August 12.
Argentinian heart surgeon René Favaloro popularized coronary bypass surgery, which continues to save the lives of people with heart disease.
Ruth Asawa, the subject of May 1's Google Doodle, overcame adversity and changed the art world with her wire sculpture techniques.
Hedwig Kohn, who would have celebrated her 132nd birthday on April 5, was a pioneering physicist who became one of the first women certified to teach physics at a German university.
As a 17-year-old boy in South Africa, Hugh Masekela received a trumpet that had been donated by a jazz musician in America. That musician was Louis Armstrong.